News Release | Environment Massachusetts

Boston ranks 4th for solar power in the Northeast

Boston — Boston has more solar energy per capita than most other major cities in the Northeast, besting New York and Philadelphia by a wide margin in a new report released today by the Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center.

News Release | Environment Massachusetts

Boston ranks 4th for solar power in the Northeast

Boston — Boston has more solar energy per capita than most other major cities in the Northeast, besting New York and Philadelphia by a wide margin in a new report released today by the Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center.

News Release

Massachusetts wetlands are ‘shelter from the storm’

Taunton, MA - Enough wetlands remain in the flood-prone areas of Bristol County to hold enough rain to cover Taunton, MA in more than two feet of water, according to a new report by Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center.

News Release | Environment Massachusetts

After cap is hit, broad coalition stands up for solar energy

Boston — One week after a cap on an important clean energy program was hit, leaving the future of solar energy in Massachusetts in doubt, a broad coalition of low-income advocates, business leaders, health advocates, environmental organizations, and others gathered at the State House in support of solar.

News Release | Environment Massachusetts

Net metering cap is hit, leaving Massachusetts’ solar future uncertain

Boston – Massachusetts’ rapidly growing solar industry faced a potential setback today as the net metering cap for privately-owned solar projects in National Grid’s service territory was hit.

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